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Post Doctoral Fellow (or Research Fellow) in Maori & Indigenous Studies, Closes 19 Feb 2010, Canterbury Uni

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Post Doctoral Fellow (or Research Fellow) in Maori & Indigenous Studies

Term: Full time, Fixed Term 2 Years (Commencing July 2010)
Reference Number: A314-09
Closing Date: 19 February 2010

Aotahi: School of Maori & Indigenous Studies is looking for a Post Doctoral Fellow to contribute to the research programme and participate in the scholarly life within this growing and exciting team environment. Working under the guidance of a senior mentor, the Post Doctoral Fellow will actively support Maori student achievement initiatives.

Applicants for the position of Post Doctoral Fellow must have a PhD in Maori Studies and/or Maori and Indigenous Studies. In the absence of a suitable candiate with a PhD, an appointment to a Research Fellow position may be made for an applicant with at least a Master level thesis degree.

The successful applicant will be willing to develop and apply his/her research skills and will also be willing to undertake some teaching duties in the School from time to time, and assist with support programmes for students. S/he will also be expected to participate in a multi-institutional training programme that will help develop his/her skills in supervision and graduate mentoring.

A good understanding of Kaupapa Maori advancement and indigenous pedagogies is required. The ability to mihi and/or karanga will be an advantage. Previous experience and/or a proven interest in tribal history and development, and/or, structural inequality andracism will be an advantage.

Applicants must specify whether they are applying for the Post Doctoral Fellow or Research Fellow position.

Apply online at http://vacancies.canterbury.ac.nz or for assistance contact the HR Administrator, College of Arts, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch, Phone 03 364 2426 or email [email protected]

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